Joshua Angrisano chats on why hip-hop is such an effective way to spread a message, and the life-changing experience that led him to Australia on mission.
“I just realised that I can’t live my life without God, I really can’t do this on my own, I need God in my life…”.
Alan Ames tells us about his journey, what it’s like to receive messages from heaven, and the place of private revelation in the Church.
James shares candidly about the journey that lead him from a history of abuse, to the centre of the gay scene, and eventually to the heart of the Church.
We caught Emma O’Shea who shares about the role that theatre played in bringing her back to her faith and why Artes Christi’s upcoming presentation of The Jeweler’s Shop is particularly special.
We chat to writer and mum Marilyn Rodrigues about her own story, and how she strives to meet the challenges of motherhood while keeping Christ at the centre of family life.
The Sydney NET team share how God has touched their lives, why they gave a year for mission, and what it’s like serving on NET.